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>> jon: to discuss issues they think about? but not that it mattered anyway because apparently during the debate the ladies had already left the building. >> it was just too much to talk like two roosters going at each other. it can turn off women. >> one thing women voters don't like is an a bully. >> a turn-off for women. >> i'm not sure they'll be turned on by this debate. >> lots of women turn off. >> i'm wondering if suburban women were turned off. [laughter] >> jon: not that that's a bad thing because as far as i can tell they've been a little hopped up on this thing. [laughter] way too long. for on women's reaction i'm joined by senior debate analyst, samantha bee. you saw it and watched tuesday night. what did you think of the debate? >> well the media nailed it jon. told turnoff. on tuesday night i personally didn't take in any of the policy specifics because as a woman i was too appalled at how rude and belligerent they were to each other and the nice waitress tries to calm them down. [laughter] >> nuh-uh. >> you mean the debate moderator, candy crowley. >> yeah, right, a la
news headquarters in new york, this is "the daily show with jon stewart." captioning sponsored by comedy central [theme music playy show." my name is jon stewart. we have a good one tonight. tonight's guest, my friend dl hughley will be joining us, but first, last night, night of too many stars. thanks to everybody for watching and donating. a great night. you see that beautiful set for "night of too many stars"? can we show that? that beautiful set was here. it was here. do you see, where i'm sitting right now? last night in this room. now it's not here. do you want to know why it's not here? because "the daily show" crew are [bleeped] set elves. they are magic. they worked all night long to make this happen. give these people a round of applause. [cheering and applause] unbelievable. anyway, it's been a big week. on thursday we had on the president of the united states. what happened was, and this is the truth, goldie hawn had been scheduled. [laughter] a last-minute conflict. so since the president was already in town for a previously scheduled traffic logjam, he stopped by
people as far as us all being on the same page. >> well, here's what i'll say. >> jon: yeah? >> if four americans get killed, it's not optimal. >> jon: guess which part of that lit up the conservative media complex? biden. no, that's not right. not right. ah, it was hash tag "not optimal." by 10:00 p.m.'s "on the record" with greta van susteren, senator john mccain expressed his deep and in no way opportunistic disappointment. >> even from someone like the president, who has never known what these kinds of tragedies are about and the service and sacrifice that people make, it is still just, you know, i can't even get angry. it's just so inappropriate. and i'm sure that the families of those brave americans are not amused. >> jon: i can tell how not angry you are. [laughter] strong and definitive condemnation from mccain of an interview the senator could not possibly have seen as it didn't air until one hour later. and i'm pretty sure mccain stopped watching this show... [laughter] [whispering] so to see the senator commit to something without first properly vetting it was really, well,
" starts right now. jon: 11 a.m. straight up on the east coast, and we begin with this fox news alert. the dow taking another big dive today, down more than 234 points at this moment. one and three-quarters percent all because of poor earnings reports from big companies like 3m and due possibility, even apple sharply lower today. also the federal reserve branch in the richmond, virginia, sees a manufacturing pullback. all of that bad news piled on top of the dow, down 234 points. the nasdaq down about 33. we will keep an eye on it throughout "happening now." >>> brand new stories and breaking news now, a fierce showdown in florida. president obama and governor romney going head to head in the final presidential debate. jenna: now the final sprint to the election is on with just two weeks to go. who won, is one of the questions. and will it be enough to change any minds? we're going to break down the style and substance of the debate with our own fair and balanced conversation, aren't we, jon? and is one of our greatest threats is a nuclear-armed iran. did the candidates lay out plans
you along. i'm jon kelley. >>> the mini gadget unveils. the announcement actually happening right now. scott budman is live in downtown san jose with details on this much-anticipated and speculated event. scott, good morning. >> well, good morning, marla. good morning, jon. apple coming to the biggest city to talk about some of its smallest devices this morning. couple surprise announcements. most of the focus expected on the ipad line and that is, indeed, what we got. they're talking inside, right now, as we speak, about the new mini ipad. that is going to be what it is called. it is smaller, it is thinner and about 0.7 of a pound and little less than eight inches for the screen. this is going to compete with seven-inch devices and also a expected to put alapaal bapaal the classroom. not only easier to put in your child's backpack, but your own purse or backpack. a surprise from apple, a fourth generation regular size ipad also introduced today. this is just about six months after we saw the third generation ipad. this one will start at $499. it is powerful, retna screen, et cete cet
to jon jay. holliday has not done much in this lcs. hit by a pitch his last time up. four out of twenty three, no home runs, two rbi. hitting under .200. this last night's game, he had a bad back. jason motte, the closer for the cardinals, gets ready in the bullpen. allen craig and yadier molina will follow. still 0-2. here is the 0-2 pitch from santiago casilla. it misses outside. the cardinals have not lost three straight since september 10th through the 12th and they are in danger of doing that and blowing a three-games-to-one series advantage, and the giants have shut down the cardinal offense almost entirely. a high hopper. tough play. arias got him? nope, safe! belt came off the bag and tried to influence the call by the first base umpire, who gave a quick safe call. that was gione. it looked like holliday beat it. arias did all he could, and he was safe. >> tim: good call. >> joe: it's a base hit. an infield base hit for holliday. and arias couldn't have done much more with it. he looks in for the sign. craig now three out of his last twenty-seven. he's 0 for 3 in this game. he l
. one away. and the batter will be jon jay. after jay you have the switch-hitting beltran and then right-handed batters coming up. the rain lightens up a bit. romo continues to get loose. lopez struck out tony cruz to end the eighth. allowed a walk and get the force-out at second here in the ninth. strike 1. >> tim: a reporter asked sergio romo what it would be like to see his first game seven in person. he said i don't know, i've never seen one, much less pitched in one. >> joe: it is pouring! >> tim: yeah. >> joe: here's the 0-1. ripped foul. strike 2. gary darling is the crew chief. it's up to him. it's in his hands if he wants to pull the tarp on and delay the rest of this night. the crowd doesn't want it. >> tim: no. >> joe: here's the 0-2. ball 1. >> tim: the crowd is probably thinking we've seen the 49ers perform in this type weather all the time. big deal. >> joe: jon jay with the rain pounding down. set up at is 1-2. one on, one out. two out. marco scutaro, who has had an mvp series, enjoying the rain. for good measure, the guy that ended the season last year as a san francisco
alleged violations by the pharmacy blamed for tainted drugs. dr. jon lapook has the late-breaking story. sharyl attkisson has obtained e-mails from the night of the attack on the u.s. ambassador in benghazi. what the obama administration knew and did not know. now it's a two-week sprint to a date with history. >> our campaign is full speed ahead. >> i won't be running the okey-doke. >> pelley: reports from nancy cordes, jan crawford and debate moderator bob schieffer. and bill whitaker in los angeles with a program bringing kids from the chaos of the streets into harmony with the world. >> music is like my meditation. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. investigators say they could see with their naked eyes black specks of deadly fung gas floating in viles of steroids due to be injected into patients across the country. late today authorities said a criminal investigation would be opened and they would move to revoke the license of new england compounding center. that's the pharmacy identified as the source of contaminat
. here's jon fortt of san jose. this is a test of staying competitive post steve jobs. what are you hearing? >> reporter: absolutely. we expect it to be 8 inches, bigger than the smaller competitors like the google nexus 7, the amazon kindle fire and the barnes & noble nook to take on apple and the tablet category at 200 bucks. closer to $300 or closer to $200 to compete with them? this's the question. >> real quickly, jon, anymore bells and whistles added to it? what else does it offer? >> reporter: that's the key announcements we could see about. you never know. it's a longer event than probably just to announce one thing. >> all right. think like to keep everybody waiting for attention. jon fortt reporting live from san jose, thank you so much. appreciate it. >>> we are keeping our eyes on wall street for you right now. arrows red across the board after weak reports that have come in. take the shot full and show you what we are watching right now. the dow down by 244 points, dropped after the opening bell. >>> up next, waging war for the women's vote. and then where the race goes
's jon jay, who has one of the five cardinal hits. strike 1. affeldt has retired all three hitters he's faced. jay with a single, a strikeout and a groundout. mitchell boggs gets loose. good breaking ball has jay flinching, it's 0-2. ball 1. we talked about the cardinals throwing the 3-1 series lead to the braves with great pitching back in 1996. when they lost games five, six and seven, they lost 14-0, 3-1, 15-0. so one run scored for the cardinals the final three games in '96. if they are shutout here tonight, it will be one run scored in the final three games to blow that three-games-to-one advantage here in 2012. jay lays off that pitch in the dirt. 2-2. that was tony la russa's game back in '96. jay holds up. 2-2. >> tim: tony la russa that year replacing joe torre. joe torre, 1996, everybody knows the manager of the new york yankees and they go on to win a world championship. >> joe: here's the 3-2. jay takes a two-out walk and that didn't miss by much. it will bring in the switch-hitting beltran with two out. >> tim: one thing about the cardinals, joe, in their long history, th
into that pitch. >> joe: here's jon jay, who has one of the five cardinal hits. strike 1. affeldt has retired all three hitters he's faced. jay with a single, a strikeout and a groundout. mitchell boggs gets loose. good breaking ball has jay flinching, it's 0-2. ball 1. we talked about the cardinals throwing the 3-1 series lead to the braves with great pitching back in 1996. when they lost games five, six and seven, they lost 14-0, 3-1, 15-0. so one run scored for the cardinals the final three games in '96. if they are shutout here tonight, it will be one run scored in the final three games to blow that three-games-to-one advantage here in 2012. jay lays off that pitch in the dirt. 2-2. that was tony la russa's game back in '96. jay holds up. 2-2. >> tim: tony la russa that year replacing joe torre. joe torre, 1996, everybody knows the manager of the new york yankees and they go on to win a world championship. >> joe: here's the 3-2. jay takes a two-out walk and that didn't miss by much. it will bring in the switch-hitting beltran with two out. >> tim: one thing about the cardinals, joe, in their
-0. the giants offense again in the third. hunter pence a broken bat liner past the shortstop for a hit. jon jay mishandles this thing in center field. all three runs come around to score. giants extend the lead to 5-0. blowing this thing open. they tacked on a couple more in that inning. up 7-0. cardinals offense can't get anything going against matt cain. matt freese swinging in the sixth. cain leaving to a standing ovation. two down now in the ninth a driving, pouring rain. giants up 9-0. matt holliday began the series by taking out marco scutaro with a hard slide at the plate. pops one up to scutaro. that ends the game. giants win game seven, 9-06789 heading to the world series, coming back down 3-1 to the cardinals. they will meet the cardinals. the giants the second team in history to win six consecutive postseason games. this will be the 19th world series appearance for the giants, second only to the yankees. they will send barry zito to the mound against justin verlander for game one of the world series, that's tomorrow night in san francisco. >>> nfl, bears hosting the lions on monday n
giant scores and pablo sandoval motors home. jon jay with an error allows buster posey to clear the bases making it 5-0 giants. right now take a look at pence's hit here. the ball breaks the bat. and then the ball hits the bat. two more times and then the follow through. amazing. top of the 9th now. 9-0. and pouring matt holliday with two on, flies attestor scutaro who was named the series mvp. the giants blank the cards to advance to the world series. the manager bruce bochy knows the team has magic on his side. >> we're a little number right now to be -- number right now to be honest you know with our backs to the walls as long as they've been. and to do this. this is a special group. they -- they never say die attitude. they didn't want to go home. and they found a way the get it done. -- to get it done. >>> giants had actually the youest homers in the -- fewest homers in the league last year. now in the world series. first team to do that in 20 years. >>> miami finished last in the nl east and canned their manager. >>> one last look at the forecast. >> thanks a lot brian, we
. host: ok. thanks for the call. at the huntsman, the daughter of former presidential candidate jon huntsman, sent this tweet out. join the conversation on our twitter page. we are collecting some comments from reporters waiting in on tonight. karen is on the phone from tennessee. caller: i am going to have to speak with obama. when you fact check romney on different sources on the web, most of the things he is saying only have a grain of truth in them. the president is going to have everybody's confidence that what he is saying is truthful. host: from florida, good evening. caller: i think america should go ahead and open their eyes up. the last three years have been terrible. we have no jobs. it is time for a change in washington. we need someone like romney because romney has the experience. he will create jobs, he will create 12 million jobs. he knows exactly what he is talking about. i think he is the man for the job. i reallyt's debate, feel that romney won the debate tonight. ronnie knows exactly what he is talking about. i feel that our next commander in chief should be runn
on jon stewart are the things that are the deadly boomerang thing for candidate, more than the social media piece of it. it is still the tv clips. >> rose: thank you for coming, great to have you here. tina brown from newsweek and the daily beast, thank you, gwen, as always. >> thank you. >> thank you, charlie. hey, charlie, michelle obama said on the campaign trail the next 15 days is going to feel long. for whom? >> rose: john dickerson, thank you for doing double dutyor us from cbs to come over here, as always, thank you. >> thank you, charlie. >> rose: mark, john, thank you. as always. >> thank you, charlie. thank you, charlie. >> rose: and albert, last word to you. >> we have concluded here, every night that there has been a debate we have been here live holding the fort these have certainly been and industry less than 20 seconds, memorable debates than in the past, have they not? taken as a hole? >> i agree, charlie, they have been among the most memorable er d i thank you we have had fu f on this and yahweh to see halperin at the council for foreign relations. >> rose: i can't
for autism. jon stewart. >> that's paul rudd. darling. he's in a show called "grace" right now on broadway. >> but it was a fun night and they raised a lot of money for autism. >> aren't you the best person in the world. >> you've been quite funny. >> i felt funny yesterday. we had a three-show weekend and i haven't missed a minute of it. yesterday i had writing i had to do, so i missed the matinee yesterday. i heard it went well. but one of my favorite things is greeting everybody there and thanking them for coming in from all over the country. but thanks, everybody. i'll be back tomorrow night. wednesday, hopefully you got your tickets. hoda and i will be holding wines day wednesday matinee party at gallagher's. >> so come with a sip of something. good news for justin timberlake. it's official, the two who had been dating for five years got married. there were 150 guests there. jimmy fallon was there, adam sandler. there were fireworks and there was a picture -- >> it's in the paper today. hopefully it's just because they're exhausted and not because there's already trouble in paradise.
, of all things? martha: who knew? jon: you learn something new every day, brother. bill: i'm telling you, brother, take you back to the day of the eight track. what you working on? jon: two weeks to go until americans go to the polls, we have reaction to the debate last night. now, among our guests, bob cusack, judge napolitano, peter brooks and larry sabato. we'll ask who won, what the debate tells us about our next steps in iran and around the world and the future for our u.s. military. plus, swing state iowa and some new polling, the countdown is on. we'll have it "happening now." bill: jon, thank you. you'll be busy, we'll see you then. suspicious letters warning republican voters in a key swing state not to bother even going to the polls. now why would that be? martha: what is that? we haven't even carved the jack-o'-lantern yet. snow. we'll show you where, we'll be right back. >> you're excited about the early start? >> oh, yeah. >> oh, i love it. nothing better. ally bank. why they're always there to talk. i love you, james. don't you love me? i'm a robot. i know. i know you're a
to be a smaller version of the ipad, call it the ipad mini. we go to jon fortt in silicon valley for more on today's main event. >> reporter: right behind me is where the action will take place. we're expecting a mini ipad. apple hasn't said exactly what this is. what would be the big deal over a smaller ipad? this would be the biggest new product announcement in about almost the past three years. not in the sense that it's bigger revenue wise, probably than an iphone but in terms of a new design and a risk apple is taking, a smaller ipad would be part of that. steve jobs said he wasn't in favor of such a thing at seven inches. of course we expect this could be closer to eight inches than seven based on a lot of the buzz out there. we have to wait and see. you could take a look at the products that apple has put out over the past few years as you've seen the stock do this amazing run since the iphone, this would be another product on that line-up so a question, will this be like another mac mini which close less than the mainstream imac but helped to bolster apple's overall product line or the ipo
and stop further joint damage before they stop you. >>> it is 7:26. good morning, everybody. i'm jon kelley. in about a half hour from right now a los gatos mom will take her kids to school only to be met by police. she says her two daughters have been kicked out of four different schools for their severe nut allergies. this month van meter elementary school telling edwards her girls cannot go back to that school. the district says it's pause they don't live at the los gatos address they provided. this morning edwards will take her daughters to school even though she has been told not to. >> i'm really hoping that it's not something that's going to scare the girls. i have all of my residency paperwork, everything that we brought to the district originally to sign the girls up for school, we will have with us. by law, the girls are entitled to go to the school in the district they live in, which is los gatos, so there should be no reason for us not to be allowed on campus. >> the family has hired an attorney to file a discrimination and retaliation lawsuit. >>> last night we saw the giants d
, of the theater where the product is going to be unveiled. our jon fortt is inside the event. brian sullivan is outside. he will give us live updates as the details are unveiled. >> a lot of tension down here, you can't afford to go anywhere this hour, with the dow and s & p at the lowest level necessary seven weeks, statistics for you. the markets dropped, the dow had the biggest point drop in the 1 p.m. hour. fry davis the same story, the dow had its biggest point drop after the open. also in the 1 p.m. hour. falling 36 points. yesterday again, the dow dropping almost 40 points in our 1 p.m. hour. on aggregate, the three-day net change, the dow lost almost 100 points during this 1 p.m. hour period. all right trend continue today? well, right nows, down 223 points on the dow jones industrial average, 13,122.46. full team coverage of the selloff with bob pisani here at the nyse. seema mody at the nasdaq, sharon epperson following oil gold and rick santelli off camera now, looking at the breaking news any moment from the bond pits. we begin with bob. we have had technical damage to the mark t
jeff flake to succeed senator jon kyl. the former surgeon general actually has, i think, pretty good opportunities to be successful on november 6th. it's a race that's being watched nationally and may increase the number of latinos in the united states senate. in texas former solicitor general ted cruz has excellent opportunities to be elected on november 6th, becoming the first hispanic to represent hispanics in the united states senate from texas. in the united states house, there are currently 24 latinos serving the u.s. house of representatives. two are not running for re-election, charlie gonzales, the current chairman of the hispanic caucus, is retiring from congress, and silvestre reyes lost his primary race. of the 22 latinos who are running either all of them are running for re-election and have excellent prospects of being reelected, or are being challenged by other candidates who also are hispanic. which leads us to our projections that at least five new faces, latino faces, will join the u.s. congress on november 6th. leading to, at minimum, an increase of, net increase o
jenna: thanks for joining us, everybody. jon: "america live" starts right now. megyn: fox news alert on some new data in the presidential showdown as both candidates put the debates behind them and launch into a frantic two week sprint of cross-country campaigning. welcome to "america live", everyone, i'm megyn kelly reporting live from dallas this tuesday, i'll tell you why in a second. exactly two weeks out from election day 2012. breaking earlier this morning for the first time other than brief bounces around convention time, one candidate is now leading the other by more than three points in rasmussen's daily tracking poll. and that candidate is governor mitt romney. he's ahead 50-46 percentage points over -- that's four percentage points over president obama, and with the clock ticking down until voters head to the polls, every minute, every second on the campaign trail could be critical. chris stirewalt is our fox news digital politics editor and host of "power play" on foxnews.com live. chris, hello from dallas. >> hi, megyn. meg and let's -- i'm still thinking about boc
presidential debate. once again diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos. >> to jon karl. what what surprised you the most? >> our goal is simply not to screw up so it didn't surprise me on one hand he embraced in many ways the obama foreign policy agenda and didn't pick big fights. what surprised me the degree to which mitt romney sounded like a peacenik. george mcgovern, there was a little george mcgovern coming out of him like we cannot kill our way out of this mess or said our goal is to make the world more peaceful. that was's very different tone from mitt romney than the mitt romney i covered during the primaries. >> and said we don't want another iraq or afghanistan. no military in syria and you're manning the fact check desk. any glaring misstatements by either candidate? >> well, there were a couple. one was when mitt romney repeated what he said before, that the president went on an apology tour when he became president. we looked at all those speeches. the president didn't apologize for america. he did acknowledge some mistakes that the united states had made but there's no way you cou
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decide jon huntsman are shunned by their parties? >> it is hard to be a centrist in a partisan system. that is a bad thing. it is actually interesting. this happened in 2004 during my dad's campaign as well because he was considered relatively moderate. a candidate considered moderate at the primary stages, the activist far to the right or far to the left, and they have the belief that are obviously very conservative or liberal that a candidate will speak to. that whose -- that is who the primary system is appointed to. maybe that is why the system is flawed. it is difficult to speak to what you call the base, of course. it is difficult to speak to the electorate as a whole at the same time. you end up using the argument that i can win because the independents will vote for me. there is no one filling the hole in the middle. i guess the party should be producing the best nominee. >> since the repeal of don't ask, don't tell, there have been many advancements toward civil rights hit in the lgbt community. what changes do anticipate in the coming years and decades? >> my strong belief i
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